USCIS has announced the redesignation of Yemen for TPS and the extension of the current TPS designation of Yemen for an additional 18 months. This allows eligible Yemeni nationals (and people without nationality who last habitually resided in Yemen) to register or re-register for TPS. 20 more words
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USCIS notice of the extension and redesignation of Yemen for Temporary Protected Status for 18 months from 3/4/17 through 9/3/18. The extension allows TPS beneficiaries to retain TPS through 9/3/18 if they continue to meet the eligibility requirements. 55 more words
Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Extended for Nepal for an Additional 18 Months, Through June 24, 2018
USCIS announced today the current TPS Nepal beneficiaries who want to extend their TPS must re-register during the 60-day re-registration period that runs from October 26, 2016 (Today) through December 27, 2016. 151 more words
What is Temporary Protected Status?
The Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) may designate foreign countries for Temporary Protected Status (“TPS”) when the foreign country’s nationals are unable to safely return. 536 more words
Temporary Protected Status (TPS) benefits are extended for beneficiaries of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. for 6 months, effective May 21, 2017. According to USCIS, “current TPS beneficiaries will automatically retain their TPS and have the validity of their current Employment Authorization Documents (EAD) extended through May 20, 2017.” Beneficiaries do not need to pay a fee or file any application. 14 more words
AFRIGAN MIGRANTS IN TIJUANA, MEXICO AWAITING U.S. ASYLUM UNDER OBAMA'S VARIOUS BACK-DOOR AMNESTY PROGRAMS...OBAMA IS SO JEALOUS EUROPE HAS MILLIONS OF MUSLIM MIGRANTS ALREADY!
Judicial Watch SEPTEMBER 01, 2016
- Herds of African immigrants are being housed in shelters in the Mexican border town of Tijuana while they await entry into the United States under what appears to be a secret accord between the Obama administration, Mexico and the Central American countries the Africans transited on their journey north.